New Bedford, Massachusetts melodic thrash metallers THE ACCURSED have been added to the DARK FUNERAL / ENSLAVED show at Mark's Showplace in Bedford, New Hampshire on February 5. The group's schedule is now shaping up as follows:

Jan. 20 - The Bull Pen - New Bedford, MA
Feb. 02 - Rox's Rock House - Oxford, MA
Feb. 05 - Mark's Showplace - Bedford, NH (w/ DARK FUNERAL, ENSLAVED)
Feb. 09 - Goodtimes - Somerville, MA
Feb. 18 - Rock Against Cancer 4 - Fall River, MA
Feb. 23 - The Skybar - Somerville, MD

THE ACCURSED released its full-length debut, "Seasons of the Scythe", on Halloween via Screaming Ferret Wreckords.

THE ACCURSED is comprised of Jonathan Helme on vocals, Helme's brother Chris on drums, guitarists Tim Giblin and Loki, and bassist George Pacheco. And although "Scythe" is the group's first full-length, THE ACCURSED have already shared the stage with some of metal's most renowned names — BEHEMOTH, NILE, BEYOND THE EMBRACE, BODY COUNT, NUCLEAR ASSAULT and M.O.D.


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